I stumbled upon an older post.
It’s a good reflection. This is at the point where I rejected “mainstream politics” (for some reason I thought Chaim Ben Pesach was mainstream) and supported what I called “Third Positionism.”
But knowing what I know now, it’s not “Third Positionism,” it’s become full blown Marxism.
“In many political movements, there is a debate between extremists and gradualists. The same debate occurred with the Mensheviks and the Bolsheviks within Marxist circles for example. The strategy being advocated here is an attempt to infiltrate the system. I personally disagree, the system should not be infiltrated, it should be crushed, and I personally do not believe in gradualism. It’s not enough to support conservatives over liberals. Conservatism is liberalism in the greater scheme of things, and the debate between the two sides is internal to American politics. Compared to the Taliban, the Nazis, the Communists, the Fascists, the Monarchists, The Feudalists, The Ba’athists, etc, the Republicans are basically liberals too. In my opinion, an entire third positionist constitution should be supported, and the entire system of government should be rejected. Race realism should be part of any intelligent government (but I do not label myself “white nationalist” because my understanding of race is more influenced by Coon and Dienekes than by Taylor and Duke). But to work within the system is to submit to the system. In my opinion, a solution has to come outside the system.
However I wish you luck with your approach, it’s just not my approach. Conservatives think the greatest virtue is to wave an American flag and everything would be fine if people from every race were doing that. I deny this, arguing that the very American flag that conservatives wave is responsible for the liberal imperialism that is destroying ethnic nationalism. I realize my views are controversial, but I do not believe in gradualism, so they are supposed to be!
-Metal Gear – 9/20/2008